Ao Dai Measurement

June 27, 2006

Body’s measurement form

1.Dress length (from shoulder to a point you like)
2.Neck circumference
3. Chest Circumference (measuring around your back crossing fullest part of your bust)
4.Waist circumference (measuring waists where cord settles)
5.Hip circumference (measuring around the fullest part of your hip)
6.Length form low of neck to part of chest
7.From front shoulder to waist (measuring crossing fullest part of your bust)
8.Back waist length
9.The distance between your bust
10.Sleeve length (measuring from a bond behind your neck crossing shoulder to your hand)

11.Top arm (measuring around your arm)
12.Measuring around the largest part of arm
13.Elbow (measuring around your elbow)
14.Handful (measuring around your handful, size depends on your own ideas)
15.Pants, wear shoes if you like (measuring from your waist to floor)
16.The large of pants length
17.Measuring around from the front of the head, crossing fullest part of your head, up your ears
18.Your height
19.Your weight
20.Your age

Thuy, a fitter in Ho Chi Minh City, says, “To create the perfect fit, customers take their undergarments and shoes with them for the fittings.” The pants should reach the soles of the feet and flow along the floor.
Comfort has not been forgotten at the expense of fashion and beauty. The cut allows the wearer freedom of movement and despite covering the whole body, it is cool to wear. Synthetic fabrics are preferred as they do not crush and are quick drying, making the ao dai a practical uniform for daily wear.